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How to Check If Your Windows 10 Supports Miracast

Miracast is a wireless technology, allowing you to project your laptops, tablets, or smartphones' screen to TVs, projectors, and streaming media players that also support Miracast. Presently, Miracast devices can work with the following operating systems and devices:

  • Computers running on Windows 8.1/10
  • Mobile phones running on Windows 8.1/10
  • Android phones and tablets running on Android 4.2 or higher
  • Amazon’s Fire OS
  • Latest TVs with inbuilt Miracast

2 ways to check if your device supports Miracast:

How to Check if Windows 10 PC Supports Miracast via Connect App

If your device is running Windows 10 operating system, you can quickly check if it has supported for Miracast.

Step 1: Click the lower-right corner of the screen to open Action Center, and then click the Connect button to Open the Connect app.

Project a device to your computer

Step 2: You will now see if your PC supports Miracast or not.

Check if Miracast is available or not

How to Check if Your PC Supports Miracast Using DirectX Diagnostic Tool

Step 1: Open the DirectX Diagnostic Tool.

Press Win + R to open the Run dialog. Type dxdiag in the Run box, then click OK.

DirectX Diagnostic Tool

Step 2: In the System tab, click Save all information button to save all the collected information to a text file.

Save all information

Step 3: Then you can open the DxDiag.txt file you saved, and scroll down towards the bottom of the System Information section at the top to see what it reports for Miracast to see if it's supported or not.

See if Miracast supports or not